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Articles tagged as Aindra

  • Aindra Dasa - Missed Melody from New Album
  • Goloka Party

    Music: S.K.M BEATS - Yuga Dharma (featuring Aindra Dasa). Filmed, edited: Sim

  • The 24th Anniversary Of The 24 Hour Kirtan
    Sunday marked the festival of Vijay Dasami, a festival to celebrate Lord Rama’s victory over Ravana. But the devotees at ISKCON Vrindavan had one more reason to celebrate -- the 24th anniversary of inception the 24 hour kirtan program.
  • Grassroots Harinama Revolution Takes off in Australia
    Since the passing of Aindra Dasa earlier this year, many second generation Australian devotees seem to have taken up the karatals and added fuel to the fire of the kirtan revolution.
  • Samadhi Established for ISKCON Kirtan Singer Aindra Dasa
    The feeling amongst devotees is that Aindra’s room—number 89 in the International School’s brahmachari ashram—was the perfect place to create his Samadhi and commemorate his life of service.
  • Aindra Dasa: Living Still in Sound
    Summer 1973, 8am, in Washington, DC. A young fellow Eddie—better known all over the world as Aindra Dasa—joins the harinam party and from that day on, he never stopped chanting Hare Krishna.
  • In Loving Memory of Aindra Das
    Aindra had complete conviction. Conviction that Vrindavan was the highest spiritual abode. Conviction that kirtan was no ordinary music - it was the divine name, descended from above, non-different from Radha and Krishna. He had no interest to be anywhere else or do anything else. He was convinced that by sitting in that spot he could change the world through his song.
  • Aindra Das Passes Away In Vrindavan

    In a shocking and saddening turn of events, world-famous kirtaniya and beloved Krishna devotee Aindra Dasa was found to have passed away on the morning of Saturday, July 17 in Vrindavana. Initial reports suggest that Aindra may have passed away due to an accidental gas leak in his room.

  • Vrindavana’s 24-Hour Kirtan Promotes Constant Chanting
    As non-stop kirtan events proliferate around the globe, ISKCON News takes a closer look at the mother of them all.